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Carolyn Bacon 



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Linda Baltucci 



Susan Barbuto 



Tom: If you think you are beaten; you are. 

Jeff: Grainy days and city ways make me want to 
hide someplace cool an 1 green an 1 shady. 

Maria: A friend is forever. 

Kathy: Take your time, think alot Think of every- 
thing you've got. 

Jim: First things first. 

Buffy: Dec. 15 

Patti: If you think you love something you must 
set it free, if it comes back it's yours forever. 

Anna: There are only two remedies for the suffer- 
ing of the soul: Hope and Patience. 

Kathy: lenny and the Blue Max. 

Carolyn: Find out where you are going now. To- 
morrow may be too late! 

Dianne: You've got a friend . . . Ain't it good to 
know that you've got a friend. 

Linda: Love is the little things you do and say; 
Love makes the world go round. 

Susan: Eddie and the orange peel. 

Debbie: Remember the old friends we knew to- 
gether and now they've all gone on. 

Martin: Buy more cats for the sake of the dogs. 

Steve: The only way to make a friend is to be one. 

John: Music is the speech of the angels. 

Paul: Sunset and evening star, and one clear call 
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Debbie Barrasso 







Martin Barreto 



Karen Barrile 



Steve Barton 



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Rick Bennett 



Ken Bennett 



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Danny Billard 



Ken: Harry 

Rick: With age comes wisdom. 

Stephen: Ben-E 

Stuart: Live Grow and Learn from the outdoors. 

Danny: If I may lose let me stand on the side and 
cheer the winner on. 

Mary: I can because I think I can. 

Mary: To do the "Face" is one thing. But to see it 
is another. 

Liz: Enjoy life— While it lasts. 

Kim: Strangers on this road we are on . . . We are 
not two, we are one. 

Sharon: Would you tell me please, which way I 
ought to go from here. 

Susan: To have a friend is to be one. 

Fred: Live between sleeping and eating. 

Margaret: If you can't befuddle 'em with bril- 
liance, baffle 'em with bullshit. 

Joe: IM.R.P.S. 

Robin: Tomorrow see the things that never come 
today. 







Mary Bonanno 



Mary Bonelli 



Allyson Bonitto 



John Bow en 



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Liz Bradford 



Sean Brady 



Kim Brandon 



Sharon Brash 




Susan Brown 






Fred Buerkel 



Chuck Burkholder 



Cheryl Burns 





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Mike Buxton 



Margaret Cadieux 



Joe Cadigan 



Robin Caira 



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Elizabeth Cameron 



Doris Cannata 





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Jeanne Chafe 



Sandi Chapin 



Lisa Chiaramonte 



June Ciovacco 







David Clabault 



Kevin Class 



Neil Clay 



Ginny Cockinos 



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Debbie Coner 



Paul Connelly 



Ann Conte 



Cheryl Cook 



Elizabeth: Rock roll all night and party everyday 

and let's hear it for Aeorsmith! 
Doris: To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most 

people exist, that is all. 
Ginia: Try not to take life too seriously. 
David: Ahead, the Monday mornings wind their 

way, I, hoping to avoid them. 
Sandi: Don't bring around a cloud to rain on my 

parade. 
Lisa: If you love something, set it free. If it comes 

back it's yours, if not, it never was. 
June: Follow your dreams or you will be living in 

a nightmare. 
David: Where lies the final harbor, whence we un- 
moor no more? 
Ginny: There is no greater comfort than a friend. 
Debbie: Don't walk in front of me, I may not fol- 
low. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk 

beside me. And just be my friend. 
Paul: Though I know I'll never lose affection, for 

people and things that went before, I know I'll 

often stop and think about them, in my life I've 

loved them all. 
Ann: And one day I'll live to tell it all, within a 

story so very tall. But I can't help but wonder 

just where I'm going. 
Kristan: It's a shame we didn't get to know one 

another sooner; for our time is gone. 
Wayne: Yes songs 
Robert: Yearnin and Learnin, Visions of a New 

World, Give people just what they want 





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Calvin Corey 







Wayne Cossette 



Robert Cowan 



Kristan Cox 



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Loretta: Going to places I never knew, so goodby 

and hello. 
Joe: A friend is a person who can see through you 

and still enjoy the show. 
Wendy: Short but sweet. 
Kathleen: Always keep the back doors open; you 

never know when you'll have to run through them. 
Philip: We were born to run. 
Joseph: Stephan, Rick and the Three Stooges made 

me what I am today unfortunately. 
Linda: to think they once tore down a wall for a 

door . . . 
Mark: I'd rather be right than be president. 







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Theresa Davis 



Dave Debuccia 



Phillip Delaney 





Dennis Dellot 



Joseph Denicola 





Kathleen Dennis 



Ron Dennis 







Kathy Derbyshire 






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Joe Egan 



William Eloranta 



Deborah Ertman 



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Scott Esposito 



Kathleen Fanning 



Scott Fanz 



David Feitelberg 



Tim: Is it true that Bach and Beethoven read the 

Piston Harmony Book? 
Lucy: There are places I'll remember all my life, 

though some have changed, all these places had 

their moments . . . 
Phil: Walk me out in the Morning Dew. 
Tammy: He who's not busy being born is busy 

dying. 
Joe: It's a fresh wind that blows against the empire. 
Deborah: For the breath of life is in the sunlight 

and the hand of life is in the wind. 
David: A wise man can never think of a good quote. 
Hugh: Do your friends a favor. 
Margaret: Keep your eye on the sunshine and you 

cannot see the shadows. 
Bruce: Your yoy is your sorrow unmasked. 
Janet: It takes both the rain and the sunshine to 

make a rainbow. 





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Janet Fisher 



Donald Bruce 
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Janis Ford 



Jennifer Ford 



Weston Ford 



David Foster 





Yizzie Foster 



Glenn Fraser 



Yizzie: Walk on, Walk on with hope in your hearts 

and you'll never walk alone. 
Steven: Just mother-of-pearly 

Kim: We may change with the seasons but the sea- 
sons will not change us. 
Mark: Bogus, loves school!? 
Mary Ann: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have 

seen yesterday and I love today. 
Linda: live for today not tomorrow. 
Brad: There is nothing either good or bad, but 

thinking makes it so. — 
Seth: Believe me, young friend, there is nothing — 

absolutely nothing — half so much worth doing as 

simply messing about in boats. 
Mark: Don't give up the ship. 
Bill: Dream until your dreams come true. 
Roy: John 3; 16 
Cindy: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen 

yesterday and I love today. 
Jennifer: Only within yourself exists that other 

reality for which you long. 
Wendy: You should always love your best buddy 





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Lisa Fuda 



Mark S. Furtado 



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Mary Ann Galluzzo 



Linda Garretson 



Bradford Garside 



Wendy Gellatly 







Seth Gelsthorpe 



Marc Gervais 



Bill Gilbert 



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Thomas Gonsalves 



Roy Goodbread 



Cindy Gordon 



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Peter Gordon 



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Glenn Gratto 







Margaret Gray 



Margaret Griffin 



Tracey Griffin 



Theresa Gumes 




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Mary Hanlon 



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Stephen Harrington 






Kathy Hartin 



Catherine Healey 



Jay Heney 



Peter: The best place to find a helping hand, is at 

the end of your arm. 
Margaret: Love can travel a thousand miles in 

silence. 
Margaret: We live in the present, we dream of the 

future and we learn eternal truths from the past. 
Tracey: Keep your face to the sun and the shadows 

will fall behind. 
Theresa: Smile . . . our day has come. 
Colette: Time is our friend — it brings dreams come 

true, and wished for things. 
Cathy: a heartache, a shadow, a lifetime 
Mary: Going where the water seems like gold 
Joyce: Today is the first day of the rest of my life. 
Catherine: You never have a second chance to 

make a good first impression. 
Jay: What you think of yourself matters more than 

what others think of you. 
Jane: When you smile at the world the world smiles 

back. 
Gael: Words are only the prelude to action. 
David: If all you can talk about is yesterday, then 

you havn't done anything worthwhile today. 
Kathy: Yesterday is experience, tomorrow is hope. 

Today is getting from one to the other as best we 

can. 





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Ann: Don't think of life as getting a year older. Think of it as 

being a little ahead of your time. 
Sally: The most treasured thing in life is a smile. 
Erin: . . . for true friendship is not devotion, but a respect for 

change. 
Steven: If you don't give one hundred percent then it is not 

worth giving. 
Donna: Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced. 
Katherine: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the 

one less traveled by # And that has made all the difference. 
Maddie: If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 

perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. 
Laurie: Happy memories make warm companions. 
Julie: You've got to get up every morning with a smile on 

your face. 
Connie: I've got a head f ull of quandary and a mighty thirst. 
Cindy: Lose your dreams and you may lose your mind. 
Vicky: You might as well fall flat on your face as lean over 
too far backward. 
Brenda: If a man shows you a new path in life, ask not that 

he walk before you, ask only if he has walked that path. 
Dan: Memories are not to be forgot, for if they forget it's 

like we were never here. 
Molly: With all its shame, drudgery and broken dreams, it's 

still a beautiful world. Strive to be happy. 







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Timothy Irwin 



Steven P. Jackson 



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Katherine Jantzen 



Maddie Jenkins 



Brenda Johnson 



Laurie Johnston 







Robert Joyce 



Julie Kearns 



Connie Keenan 



Cindy Kehoe 







Vicky Keirnan 



Brenda Kelly 



Dan Kelly 



Molly Kelly 



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Mary Ann Kenney 



Kevin Kent 



Donna Kershaw 



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Leslie Krallis 



Joanne Kremp 



Cindy Kroeger 



Steve Kustka 







Virginia Lacombe 



Matt Lahive 



Kathy Lamb 



Janice Lamborghini 



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Matt Langone 



Ruth Langrill 



Keith Lawrence 



Lisa Lawrence 



Mary Ann: Live a love affair with life, hold it 
close and keep it in sight. 

Donna: Good laugh 

Debby: Pretty decent 

Leslie: The best things in life are free. 

Joanne: But it's no use going back to yesterday be- 
cause I was a different person then. 

Cindy: Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, live 
today. 

Steve: The worst form of failure is the failure to 
try. 

Kathy: Our todays and yesterdays are the blocks 
with which we build. 

Janice: Great man demands it of himself; Petty 
man of others. 

Matt: So let the ashes fall and lay where they 
will . . . 

Ruth: Go placidlyamid the noise and haste, and re- 
member what peace there is in silence. 

Lisa: Life should be an endless summer. 

Chris: Just because everything is different doesn't 
mean anything has changed. 

Michael: If I can't do great things I will do small 
things greatly. 

Dana: He who drives fat oxen, should he himself 
be fat. 

Suzanne: Music cannot be put into words, nor re- 
main silent. 

Bruce: We are not the first ... or the last. 




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Michael Leary 



Dana Leavitt 



Suzanne LeBeau 



Bruce B. Leighton 



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Merrie Leighton 



Lee Letson 



Steve Levin 



James N. Levine 





Robinson Levine 



Chris Linscott 



Merrie: I thirst . . . Build me more stately man- 
sions oh my soul. 

James: All interest in disease and death is only 
another expression of interest in life. 

Robinson: . . . thoughts of spring are no substitute 
for caution. 

Chris: In unity there is strength 

Lori: Awake at Dawn with a winged heart and give 
thanks for another day of loving. 

Maureen: The happy do not believe in miracles. 

Stacy: We may do foolish things, but we do them 
with enthusiasm. 

Hedvig: Thanks to everybody, for making my stay 
here terrific! 

Tracey: Viewing the world on your own two feet. 

Laura: Love . . . endures all things. 

Larry: This should be a great year for our coun- 
try as we celebrate our Bicentennial. 

Glen: Mr. IMuumismatist 

Steve: Strong winds only settle the roots of strong 
trees. 

Andy: All the world is a stage, and all the people 
merely players. 







Michael Linscott 



Lori Litchfield 



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Debra Lombardo 



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Stacy Lubrano 



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Lynn Malcolm 



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Brenda Marshall 



Antoinette Martel 



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Nancy Martin 







Marta Martinez 



Anthony Martino 



Sheryl Maxfield 



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James McCarron 



David McCarthy 



C. Andrew Mc Caw ley 



Rich McCusker 



Peter: I had a great time. Thanks, everybody. 
Brenda: A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a 

friend, life is too short. 
Nancy: Friendship is the greatest enrichment that 

I have found. 
Rich: The important thing in life is not the triumph, 

but the struggle. The essential thing is not to 

have conquerred, but to have fought well. 
Dee Dee: No sky is heavy when your heart is light. 
Sean: Wine is an old man's milk. 
Marjie: Catch ya on the rebound. Hay-a-a-a-a — 
Rosanne: With all its shame, drudgery and broken 

dreams it is still a beautiful world. Be careful 

and strive to be happy. 
Karen: Friendship is the University of the Universe. 
Lynn: We must learn to live together as brothers 

or perish together as fools. 





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Karen McLaughlin 



Matthew McNeilly 



Bob McNulty 



Lucy Melamed 




Richard Meyers 




Karen: . . . nor try to conquer any world, except 

the one within. 
Bob: Trucking I got my chips cashed in. 
Ginny: Give your life with a smile. 
Penny: I am I and I like being what I am, me! 
Sharon: . . . on ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur. L' 

essentiel est invisible pour les yeux. 
Paul: Are ya happy! Oh, just a little bit. 
Cathy: Today is the first day of the rest of my life. 
Linda: Thru the years Mr. Tierney has given me 

true things to hold close to my heart. 
Jack: Gotta be free to do what I want, laugh if I 
want and swear if I like. Don't know how but 

I'm gonna try, I just gotta be free. 
Diane: Learn to like the things life's showing you. 
Susan Lee: A smile is a curved thing which straight- 
ens things out 
Debbie L. Youth is the opportunity to do something 

and to become somebody 
Gail Mac: There never seems to be enough time to 

do the things you want to do once you find them. 






Ginny Mooradian 



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Sharon Mount 



Lorraine Murphy 



Paul Murphy 







Diane Muzzi 



Leonard Muzzi 



Cathy IMally 



Kirk Neprud 







David S. IMicoll 



Deborah O'Brien 



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David Odell 



Laurie O'Keefe 



Glenn Olsson 



Mary-Ann O'Neil 







John S. Orcutt 



Kristina Osborn 



Rhonda Overton 



Jeanne Rage 







Meg Pare 



Edward Patch 



Kenneth Parker 



Michele Pearson 



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Margaret Pelrin 



Richard Peraino 



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Ralph M. Perlman 



Meg: Every happy ending needs to have a start. 
Richard: Hitch your wagon to a star, keep your 

seat and there you are. 
Ralph: Remember Hingham High for what it was, 

not what it will be. 
Patricia: People are lonely because they build walls 

instead of bridges. 
Earl: Success is the sole earthly judgement of right 

and wrong. 
Brenda: To be yourself is to be . . . like no one 

else. 
Stephen: Thank-god it's Friday. 
Jayne: I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen 

yesterday and I love today. 
John: White hores on the sea, natural forces calling 

me out in the wind, my spirit flies 
Rhonda: As you dream. You shall become. 
Jeanne: The only way to have a friend is to be one. 
Michele: Its not the beauty its the booty, 





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Carol Peterson 







Earl A. Peterson 



Brenda Philipon 



Stephen Phillips 



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John Pike 



Dorrie Pizzella 



Van Potter 



Bob Price 




Mary Amanda Price 




Jenifer M. Prince 



Dorrie: It matters not what you are thought to be 

but what you are. 
Bob: Why study history — we make it! 
Mary: Yesterday's projection will never really know 

but tomorrow's recollection will surely show. . . 
Jenifer: Nobody ever had a rainbow baby until he 

had the rain and tomorrow's gonna be a brighter 

day. 
Pam: The most wasted of all days is the day when 

we have not laughed. 
Ann: Be what you are. It is the first step to becom- 
ing better than you are. 
Pamela: The main obligation in life is to amuse 

yourself. 
Robert: Hunters have more fun. 
John: Sailors have more fun. 
Dave: Eat a beaver, save a tree; or life is a case 

of Heineken. 
Pam: I get by with a little help from my friends. 
Adrienne: I have learned that to be with those I 

like is enough. 
Kathy: We do not remember days, we remember 

moments. 
Bob: You have to be a little crazy sometimes or 

you will go insane. 
Debbie: Things won are done; Joy's soul lies in the 

doing. 
Matt: Double pleasure deceiving the deceivers. 






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Pamela Reidy 



Robert Remmes 



John Ribaudo 



Dave Ritchie 







Pamela Robinson 



Matt Rodman 



Stephen Rogers 







Adrienne Rowles 



Kathy Ruddy 



Debbie Ruel 



Bob Ruffini 



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Chris Russo 



Anne E. Ruth 



John V. Ruth 



Kevin Ryan 










Gene Ryder 



Matt Ryder 



Alison Scarry 



Anne Schillig 







Susan Schmid 



Gail A. Schmitt 



Linda Schneider 



Frederick Scott 



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Michael Shaughnessy 






Martha Sheskey 



Ken Simonelli 



Anne: Life is too short to let pass by, you have to 
live it and live it as yourself. 

John: Groups are more fun. 

Gene: Once is not enough 

Matt: More beers! 

Alison: I have no yesterdays, time took them away; 
Tomorrow may not be — But I have today. 

Gail: Spread your sunshine to the people around 
you, and you can't help but to receive a reflec- 
tion of yourself. 

Susan: It was the best and the worst of times, an 
age of wisdom and foolishness. 

Linda: Take your time think alot, think of every- 
thing you've got for you may still be here to- 
morrow but your dreams may not. 

Barbara: You are — when all is done — just what you 
are. 

Betsy: Man in his poverty has one really effective 
weapon . . . laughter. 

Craig: Even the longest of journeys began with a 
single step. 

Laura: I think one must finally take one's life in 
one's arms. 

Rebecca: Parting is such sweet sorrow. 

Anne: It's not finding a miracle thats difficult its 
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Jimmy Sorrentino 




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Cathy: Determination is the answer tosuccess. 
Colleen: We carry within us the wonder we seek. 
Jimmy: I only have one life to live, let me live 

it the way I want to. 
Karen: People, like a breath of fresh air should be 

taken deeply and held for a long time. 
Ann: Most persons are conformists; they follow, 

they never create; the non-conformist alone is 

a creative person. 
Skip: Win without boasting, lose without excuse. 
Lauren: lam glad, at least in my life, Ifoundsome- 

one that may not be here forever. 
Lee Ann: Wonderin' if where I've been is worth 

the things I've been through. 
Darcy: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I 

took the one less traveled by, And that has made 

all the difference. 
Kym: ... to a different drummer 
Julie: If we do meet again, why, we shall smile; 

If we do not, why then, this parting was well 

made. 
Steve: Bye, Bye, Birdie. 

Tim: Good night Mrs. Calavash, wherever you are. 
Susan: Our shadows wake each day though they 

don't know why, They hope and try, live and die. 
Michael: "Special of the Week" 
Dick: Thought the moon was made of green cheese! 







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Mark Spagnuolo 



Skip Stanley 



Lauren Stein 



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Lee Ann Sterling 



Darcy Stevenson 



Kym St. Pierre 



Russell Suereth 







Julie Sullivan 



Steve Sullivan 



Susan Sullivan 



Tim Sullivan 







Susan Swofford 



Michael Tagliaferro 



Dick Thomas 



Ray Thompson 



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Sue Thompson 



Robert J. Thornton 



Jayne Threlfall 



Barbara Thurston 







Amy Tose 



Terry Toughill 



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Susan Wassell 



Paul Wentworth 



Sue: Smile! Today is the tomorrow you worried 
about yesterday. 

Rob: Be what you want, but know who you are. 

Jayne: Do not walk ahead of me for I may not fol- 
low. Do not walk behind me for I may not lead. 
Just walk beside me and be my friend. 

Amy: All that we see or seem is but a dream within 
a dream. 

Ed: I'm glad it's done and over. 

Mike: Always face the sun so the shadows fall be- 
hind you. 

Susan: Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow is only 
a vision . . . 

Jim: The mystery of life is the fundamental emo- 
tion which stands at the cradle of true art and 
true science. 

Beth: It takes both a cloud and a storm to make a 
rainbow. 

Rick: We are all ignorant, we're just ignorantabout 
different things. 

Robin: For everything you have missed you have 
gained something else. 

Susan S. : Applaud my friends, the comedy is over. 





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Frederick Wheeler 







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Brian White 



Cheryl White 



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Nancy Wigmore 



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Mancy: The future is not to be 
feared nor is it to be under- 
estimated. 

Thomas: People who own glass 
houses shouldn't throw stones. 

Al: When the world ends, Arm- 
eniens will still be around. 

Renato: We deserve today not 
a victory of party but a cele- 
bration of freedom, symbol- 
izing an end as well as a 
beginning, signifying renewal 
as well as change. . ." 



Renato Zeppi 



Gail Macpherson 



Robin Way 







Sherry Mayville 



Patrick O'Neal 



Theodore Shea 



Eileen Johnston 



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FRITZ HANSEL 

"He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." 

Shakespeare 



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PRESIDENT: Vicky Keirnan SECRETARY: Karen McLaughlin 

VICE-PRESIDENT: Jim Wheaton TREASURURER: Laura Macomber 



Burns, C. 
Caton, D. 
Cock in os, V, 
Davis, L. 
Garside, B. 
Henshaw, J. 
Jantzen, K. 
Keenan, C. 
Kremp, J. 
Linscott, C. 
Mount, S. 
Pyne, E. 
Ribaudo. J. 
Robinson, P. 
Ruel. D. 
Ruth, A. 
Skinner, V. 
Tose, A. 



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Adams, J. 
Aitken, K. 
Class, K. 
Diercks, S. 
Fisher, J. 
Fitzsimmons, B. 
Hitchcock, S. 
Hulbert. S. 
Ireton, E. 
Kelly, M. 
Lamborghini, J. 
Langrill, R. 
Leary, C. 
Levine, J. 
McCarthy, D. 
Pizzella, D. 
Schillig, A. 
Schneider, L. 
Smith, C. 
Smith, S. 
Stevenson, D. 
Wassell, S. 



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Chris Linscott 
Harvard Book Award 








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Sharon Mount 
Brown Book Award 




John Ribaudo 
Rensselear Polytechnical 
Institute 
Math-Science Award 



Laura Macomber 
Russell Sage Award 



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COMMENDED STUDENTS: 


Semi -Finalist 


J. Baumgartner 


Bruce Fitzsimmons 


K. Class 




M. D'Angelo 




L. Davis 




D. Feitelberg 




C. Keenan 




V. Keirnan 




C. Linscott 




J. Ribaudo 




P. Robinson 




V. Skinner 


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J. Wheaton 




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David Caton 







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STUDENT ADVISORY 
BOARD: 

Mark D'Angelo 
Jeff Adams 
Mary Ann Galluzzo 
Susan Fischer 
Janet Shaw 
Leslie Warden 



student Qdvisqy tord 



Congratulations to the Class of '76 

HINGHAM CARPET SHOP 
148 North St. 



MO N TIL 10' S PASTRY SHOPS 
"Where Baking is an Art . . . 
& Weddings a Specialty" 



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SENIORS: 

Aitken, K. 
Balerna, D. 
Baltucci, L. 
Burns, C. 
Caton, D. 
Clabault, D. 
Cockinos, G. 
D'Angelo, M. 
Dennis, K. 
Doyle, T. 
Kearns, J. 
Kiernan, V. 
McCawley, A. 
Pericola, P. 
Price, M. 
Ribaudo, J. 
Robinson, P. 
Schillig, A. 
Smith, S. 
Smith, L. 
Southwick, A. 
Tose, A. 
Hoeful, A. 
Adams, J. 

JUNIORS: 

Arena, N. 
Arena, P. 
Barbuto, B. 
Barry, T. 
Bluke, L. 
Broholm, C. 
Burke, K. 
Condon, A. 
Coughlin, N. 
Dannies, M. 
Dwight, D. 
Ford, E. 
Genereux, T. 
Gleason, A. 
Henriksen, L, 
Hopey, R. 
Kaloyanides, S. 
Lawlor, K. 
Lincoln, B. 
Mooney, C. 
O'Neal, S. 
Packard, M. 
Pearce, C. 
Smith, H. 
Stevenson, R. 
Toomey, S. 
Troullos, K. 
Vickery, C. 
Weiss, L. 
West, M. 
Wolfe, A. 
Palmagren, A. 



OFFICERS: 

PRESIDENT Sharon 

Mount 
VICE-PRESIDENT Bob 

Healey 
SECRETARY Eileen 

Pyne 
TREASURER Kathy 

Lamb 



SOPHOMORES: 

Alger, K. 
Ayers, P. 
Balerna, K. 
Beatty, A. 
Battista, L. 
Belknap, S. 
Collier, D. 
Deems, S. 
Dwyer, T. 
Ernst, A. 
Freeman, J. 
Gordon, J. 
Gray, E. 
Kennedy, D. 
Kost, A. 
Mount, V. 
Patch, T. 
Rhines, A. 
Shaw, L. 
Sholler, A. 
Southwick, B. 
Swofford, N. 
Whelan, N. 




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Thanks 

To... 






Mr. Fallon 








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THANK -YOU 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. P. Rodman Jr. Frank and Pat Smith 



ORCHESTRA 

Barry, T. 
Baumgartner, J. 
Beatty, A. 
Buerkel, F. 
Burns, C. 
Coughlin, N. 
Doherty, T. 
Ertman, D. 
Ertman, D. 
Ford, B. 
Ford, J. 
Garside, B. 
Kaloyan, S. 
Koehlinger, 
Lutz, P. 
Lyons, L. 
Mortland, L. 
Norton, P. 
Norton, T. 
Palmer, R. 
Parker, K. 
Peterson, E. 
Pyne, E. 
Ribaudo, J. 
Ryan, M. 
Shaw, K. 
Smith, H. 
Sochacki, H. 
Vigneau, K. 
Wells, J. 
Wheaton, W. 
White, B. 
Whittiker, E. 
Lee, J. 
Gregg, S. 
White, D. 



Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Barrasso 



Gale and Miriam Foster 



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Thank You 



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GELO'S ARCO INC. 

9 Short Street 749-9898 

Air Conditioning Experts 



HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE 
49 Main Street 
Hingham 



IS. CO 




DONOVAN DRUG CORP. 
"The Service Store" 
3 Central St. Hingham 



Thank You 



DUNKIN' DONUTS 
Routes 53 & 228 
Hingham 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 
Bob and Jean Haviland 

BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '76 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Genereux 



BEST WISHES 
From a friend 

JACK AND FRANKS 749-1808 
Fresh Fish— Fried Foods 




Thank You 

SHAWMUT FIRST COUNTY BANK 
98 South St. 
Hingham, Ma. 



SOCCER SQUAD: 

Billard, D. 
Levin, S. 
Stanley, S. 
Gordon, P. 
Gallagher, R. 
Clay, N. 
Adams, B. 
Vlachos, M. 
Fitzsimmons, B. 
Sullivan, T. 
Smith, S. 
Linscott, C. 
IMevins, B. 
Wigmore, T. 
Egan, J. 
Smith, C. 
Manton, M. 
Fisher, J. 
Wall, J. 
Kent, J. 
MacQuarrie, L. 
Adams, J. 
Heney, J. 
Remmes, B. 
Barton, S. 
Kelly, D., Mgr. 
Linscott, S. 
Smith, D. 

O.C.L. Record: 8-1-3 
Co -champs 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Pyne 



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HINGHAM CENTER PHARMACY INC. 

294 Main St. 

Hingham 



Thank You 



HENNESSY'S NEWS 
118 North St. 
Hingham 




HOMECOMING KING: 
Bob Ruffini 



BOWL AND BOARD 
An Interesting Shop 
For Interesting People 



Thank you 



BEST WISHES 
Contes Dress Shop 
8 Main St. Hingham 



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P. Ayers 
P. Barker 
W. Czarnocki 
L. Conroy 
N. Coughlin 
B. Carr 
G. Davis 
M. Dannies 
E. Eldredge 
M. Gray 
E. Gray 
B. Hickey 
S. Herzberg 



A. Hibbert 
R. Higgins 
R. Kurciviez 
L. Lane 

C. Leary CO-CAPT. 

J. Lamborghini CO-CAPT. 

N. Martin 

S. MacQuarrie 

B. Marshall 

C. O'callahan 
A. Pare 

E. Pyne 
J. Pierce 



HINGHAM LOBSTER POUND 
4 Broad Cove Rd. 
Hingham 



Pizzella 

Phelps 

Reidy 

Ruel 
N. Swofford 
M. Sheskey 
A. Scarry 
N. Whelan 

Broholm 

Ral 

Morris 

Galluzzo 

Thank You 



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Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. Garritty 

7 Talbot Rd. 




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THE COUNTRY FARE 
1217 Main Street 
Hingham 749-2260 



Thank You 



C.H. CUSHING— MOBIL 
"under the Buttonwood Tree 1 
Auto Repairs, all makes 





HINGHAM POP WARNER 

ASSOCIATION 
To the Class of '76 



Thank You 



HOWES PACKAGE STORE 
282 Main Street 
Hingham 



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GOLF TEAM: 

Farina, D. 
Murphy, P. 
Thompson, R. 
Dennis, R. 
Wall, J. 
O'Connell, J. 
Roth, R. 




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Thank You 



PERKIN'S ENGINEERING INC. 749-3600 
Civil Engineer & Land Surveyors 

APPLIANCE CENTER 
108 North Street 



OMNI 1 
Hingham, Mass. 

CHRISTINE'S COIFFUERS 
27 Station Street 




Thank You 



SOUTH WEYMOUTH CO-OPERATIVE BANK 
51 Columbian St. 
South Weymouth, Ma. 



BROOKLINE COOPERATIVE BANK 
264 Washington St. 
Brook line, Ma. 



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LIPSETT AND SONS 
450 Cushing St. 



Thank You 



LOUISE DUFFREY TRAVEL AGENCY 

107 South St. 



McNulty, R. 
Hickey, D. 
Orcutt, J. 
Patch, T. 
Murphy, S. 
Higgins, T. 
Rodman, M. 
Ruffini, R. 
McCusker, R. 
Johnson, J. 
Brady, S. 
Genovese, B. 
Clayton, M. 
Donovan, D. 
Sylvester, R. 
Bennett, S. 
Browne, B. 
Culler, B. 
Gordon, J. 
Odney, M. 
Way, B. 
Casey, T. 
Taylor, B. 
Haley, J. 
Fitzmaurice, M, 
Regan, A. 
Ayers, T. 
Simpson, C. 
Miller, K. 
Hanlon, J. 
Childs, L. 
Hartin, D. 
Quirnbach, P. 
Fee, M. 
Knight, T. 
Hall, N. 
Sennikoff, K. 
McChord, S. 
Godwin, P. 
Threlfall, J. 
Welch, S. 
Gil more, P. 






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THOMAS AUTO BODY 

15 Fort Hill St. 

Hingham Mass. 749-1010 



Thank You 



HINGHAM 

ROTARY 

CLUB 




Becky Smith 
Collette Gushue 



mm 





GEORGE A. COLE INSURANCE 

104 South Street 

Hingham 



Thank You 



WHITE SQUARD: 

Re is, B. 
Ireton, E. 
Barrett, A. 
Vafides, S. 
Rowles, A. 
Gushue, C. 
Smith, B. 
Somontes, C. 
Palmgren, A. 
Cockinos, G. 
Cadieux, M. 
Tough ill, T. 



SPENSER PRESS, INC, 
90 Industrial Pk. Rd. 
Hingham, Ma. 



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BAND: 

FLUTES: 

Burns, C. 
Ertman, D. 
Ford, J. 
Jenkins, M. 
Lubrano, S. 
Greely, D. 
Ford, B. 
Kaloyanides, L. 

CLARINET: 

LeBeau, S. 
Barbuto, F. 
Norton, T. 
Puleo, J. 
Crabtree, D. 
Bacon, C. 
Southwick, B. 
Wells, J. 
Koehlinger, S. 
West, M. 

SAXOPHONE: 

Ribaudo, J. 
Koch, R. 
Thomas, R. 
Beatty, A. 

PERCUSSION: 

Burkel, F. 
Langone, M. 
Ashcroft, B. 
Gregg, S. 

TRUMBONE: 

Norton, P. 
Wheaton, B. 
Garside, B. 
Morrison, M. 



BARITONE: 




Cushing, D. 
Griffin, D. 
Ertman, D. 
Ryan, B. 

TUBA: 

Palmer, R. 
Feitelberg, S. 

TRUMPETS: 

Doherty, T. 
Levine, J. 
Baumgartener, J. 
Tower, S. 
Johnson, B. 
Downing, M. 
Jenkins, S. 
Barry, T. 
Tose, B. 
Lyons, L. 
Hitchcook, C. 
Waugh, W. 



HINGHAM UPHOLSTERING CO. 
149 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



Thank You 



Everything you'd expect 
from a fine jeweler. 
HINGHAM JEWELERS 



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BEST WISHES 
Orange Julius 
Hanover Mall 



Thank you 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
Jewelry By U 
Hanover Mall 



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MAJORETTES: 

Henshaw, J., co-capt. 
Baltucci, L., co-capt. 
Sabbag, N. 
Veneziano, K. 
Casey, C. 
Adams, T. 
Skinner, B. 




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PILGRIM SKATING ARENA 
75 Recreation Pk. 
Hingham, Ma. 



Thank You 



THE Nth DEGREE 
46 South St. 
Hingham, Ma. 




COLOR GUARD: 






Pericola, P. 


co- 


capt. 


Schillig, A. 


Dennis, K., 


co-capt. 


Richards, C. 


Class, K. 






Price, M. 


Healy, L. 






Maceanchem, P 


Dedian, J. 






Bonanno, M. 


Langrill, R. 






Lutz, C. 


Stimson, V. 






Adams, J. 



F.R. MAHONY AND ASSOCIATES, 
77 Main St. 
Hingham, Ma. 



INC 



Thank You 



LEO E. DAUPHINAIS 
38 North St. 
Hingham, Ma. 



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PEGASUS: 

K. Shea 
S. Gallagher 
S. Gelsthorpe 
D. Leavitt 
J. Alciere 



SOCIAL ACTION 

L. Macomber 
K. McLaughlin 
M. Hanlon 
K. Berigan 
J. Henshaw 

C. Gushue 
J. Lamborghini 

B. Garside 

D. Ertman 
M. Abreu 
M. Gray 

C. Keenan 

E. Ireton 
K. Class 

D. Caton 
T. Griffin 
J. Adams 
V. Keirnan 
S. Mount 
J. Hanratty 
M. D'Angelo 
M. Scioscio 
C. Donahue 
N. Green 
C. Gyukeri 
R. Caira 
C. Burns 
S. Clark 




social action 



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PHOTOGRAPHY 
CLUB: 

J. Wheaton 
P. Mangell 
M. Diezman 
J. Gordon 
S. Schiffman 

B. Orcutt 

S. Gelsthrope 
T. Bardsley 
G. Johnson 
R. Palmer 
T. Aitken 

C. Eaton 
J. Ribaudo 
J. Dinacola 
H. Lundgren 
A. Mahony 
l\l. Price 

L. Carado 
P. Goodrich 
M. Martinez 




P-UOTOQPMIY 







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CLASSICS CLUB: 

T. Barry 
M. Carr 
H. Sochacki 
V. Mount 
D. Calnan 
R. Lyons 
D. Coyne 
D. Lane 
J. Diezemann 
B. Carr 
J. Battista 
B. Healey 
V. Kiernan 
L. Eldredge 
L. Macomber 
S. Mount 
J. Long 
J. Glennon 
R. Kurciviez 
K. Shaw 
B. Healey 



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Mr. and Mrs. Al R. Ireton 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Ryan 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Eliot J. Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Ryder 



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Larry MacQuarrie, Capt. 

C. Linscott 
R. Koch 

D. Feitelberg 
C. Smith 

S. Smith 
J. Orcutt 
C. Mooney 
P. Mangel 
J. Granatino 
R. Roth 
S. Ben net 
M. Vento 
C. Mooney 
P. Norton 
L. Palmer 

E. Marx 
C. Davis 
J. Johnson 
M. Morrison 
B. Carr 

H. Falvy 
K. Kehough 




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Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lamb 
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Craig 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. John A. H. Henshaw 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Keenan 




Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Connelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. McHugh 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Linscott 



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Captain: Debbie Ruel 
D. Stevenson 
D. James 
S. Thompson 
K. Bower 
L. Eldredge 
R. Kurciviez 
C. Lassen 
P. Ayers 
S. Mansfield 
C. Singleton 
N. Whelan 




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CONCERT BAND 

B. Ford 

D. Ertman 
J. Ford 

C. Burns 
M. Jenkins 
S. Lubrano 

L. Kaloyanides 

D. Greely 
M. Collier 
K. Vigneau 
S. Lebeau 
T. Norton 
F. Barbuto 

S. Koehlinger 
R. Koch 

A. Schillig 
J. Wells 
H. Smith 

C. Bacon 
M. West 

B. Southwick 
S. Grego 

J. Puleo 

A. Beatty 
J. Ribaudo 

D. Thomas 
M. Ryan 

E. Peterson 

B. Tose 
T. Barry 
B. Johnson 
T. Doherty 

J. Baumgartner 
J. Levine 

B. Waugh 
M. Downing 
K. Parker 

C. Hitchcock 
L. Lyons 

S. Tower 
P. Norton 
B. Wheaton 
M. Morrisson 

D. Ertman 
B. Ryan 
D. Cushing 
D. Griffin 
B. Palmer 

S. Feitelberg 
B. White 
D. White 
F. Burkel 
B. Ash croft 

B. Garside 

C. Richards 
M. Langone 
F. Lutz 

N. Raymond 



Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Mount 
Charlotte and William Levin 




THANK-YOU 



Mrs. Nellie Johnson 
Mrs. Marie Perry 



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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Godwin TUAM . v/nil Mr. and Mrs. William J. McNulty 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Hiltz ' H ^NK-YUU Mr# and Mrs> George w> Prjce 



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Best Wishes 

Donald P. Shea Insurance Agency 

105 South St., Hingham 



Charlie Dane, Capt 
D. Hickey 
M. Diezemann 
J. O'Connell 

B. Stanley 
W. Krutoff 
N. Hall 

S. Doonan 
P. Stevens 
M. Garrity 
A. Jackson 
J. Tebo 

C. Delmar 
S. Taylor 




Congratulations, Seniors 
HINGHAM COOPERATIVE BANK 



BILL'S OUTBOARD MOTOR SERVICE 
Mercury Sales & Service Since 1948 



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lr. and Mrs. Robert Clabault 
Ir. and Mrs. Richard W. Adams 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Snell 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smith 




Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hernberg 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Randall Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Heney m 




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Coach: 



A. Arsenault 

B. Hickey 
L. Powers 
S. McLaughlin 
K. Balerna 
P. Harvey 
M. Monaco 

J. Glass 



Congratulations to the Class of 1976 
My personal best wishes to each graduate 
for continued success in the future 
Senator Allan R. McKinnon 



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THANK YOU: 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Baumgartner 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Threlfall 



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M. Tagliaferro 

R. Joyce 

N. Clay 

S. Phillips 

D. Caton 

D. Smith 

D. Kelly 

M. Clayton 

M. Fitzmaurice 

P. Gil more 

T. Knight 

A. Watts 
S. Gregg 
J. Alston 
P. Arena 
D. Nosiglia 
M. McNeilly 
K. Sennikof 
C. Simpson 
M. Dunn ley 
S. Eisenhauer 

B. Southwick 
S. Bryant 

G. Caira 
J. Ferguson 



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Linda Schneider 

second place 

all-around 

1975 New England 

Gymnastic Meet 



LaTunade Farmacia 
Dec. 16, 1976 




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MODERN BARBER SHOP 
41 Station* St. 
John Argiro 



Congratulations to the Class of 1976 
Kehoe's Boat Livery 
Hingham Harbor 




RED SQUAD 

Co-Captain: Sandi Chapin 
Co-Captain: Mary- Ann O'Neii 

B. Kelly 
A. Schi Hi g 
J. Fisher 

C. McHugh 
J. McNulty 
M. Abreau 
A. Monaco 



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Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Burns 
118 Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. Smith 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Bennett 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gillespie 




Captain: Paul Murphy 

Captain: Matt Lahive 

M. Gillespie 

D. McCarthy 
M. Shaughnessy 

E. Honkalehto 
J. Wall 

S. Murphy 
B. Smith 
P. Falletti 
B. Way 
P. Godwin 
T. Hernberg 
K. Kent 
T. Ayers 
R, Cox 
J. MaCune 
D. Murphy 
K. Lawrence 
J. Delmonico, Mgr. 
R. Hennessy, Mgr. 
S. Ryan, Mgr. 
K. Stirling, Mgr. 
Coach: Steve Daly 



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Mr. and Mrs. Guy Q. Spagnuolo TUUI . x/nil Mr. and Mrs. John F. Buerkel 

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WHOLE EARTH CLUB: 




L. Conroy 

C. Broholm 

D. Ray 

D. Ertman 
C. Sturgis 

B. Donahue 
K. Kurtz 

G. Stella 
M. Collier 
S. Gallagher 
J. Drummond 
S. Smith 
P. Anderson 

E. Maxfield 
P. White 

P. Caradonna 
A. Southwick 
S. Galsthorpe 
T. Bardsley 

C. Davis 
M. Vento 




G. Martin 
P. Devitt 
S. Gregg 
G. Murphy 

C. Ozug 

J. Hennelly 

D. Leavitt 
K. Woods 
G. Gratto 
J. Chipman 
P. Fredette 
C. Lithgow 
M. Langone 
S. Southwick 
J. Wheaton 
P. Connelly 
A. Tose 

C. Hitchcock 

D. Calibertie 
J. Glennon 
D. Ertman 

J. Alciere 
M. Fredette 
D. McLellan 



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THANK - YOU 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gushue Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tierney 

Dr. and Mrs. William L. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Lee & Suzanne V. Mount 






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Bobbie and Dick French Mr. and Mrs. Donald 0. Smith 



A. F. S. CLUB: 

President: Janice Battista 
Vice President: Stacy Lubrano 
Treasurer: Gael Hernberg 
Secretary: Erin Reinecke 
A. Barrett 
N. Kelleher 
J. McGrath 
L. Bardsley 

A. Condon 
K. Dennis 
Y. Foster 
K. Burke 
l\l. Arena 

L. Gorfinkle 
S. Gallagher 
D. Ertman 
L. Dowd 
L. Rudenauer 

B. Orcutt 

T. Ostheimer 
J. Guarino 
P. Lutz 
M. Ryan 
L. Letson 
P. Pericola 
D. Cannata 
T. Genereux 
R. Langrill 
M. Langrill 
S. Haviland 
J. Lubrano 
A. Wolfe 
P. Ireland 

C. Burns 
J. Freeman 

D. Cardullo 
S. Mc Chord 
L. Shaw 

A. Ernst 

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 
CLUB: 

President: Peter Caradonna 
Vice President: Anne 

Schillig 
Secretary: Betsy Skinner 
Advisor: Jim Kirkcaldy 
C. Mooney 
S. Gallagher 
J. Gordon 
P. White 
P. Robinson 

C. Mooney 

D. Balerna 
M. Gorham 
J. Adams 
M. Griffin 
M. Gray 

N. Kelleher 
M. Jenkins 

B. Carr 

A. Whitman 

A. Gilbert 

C. Gushue 

C. Keenan 
K. French 

D. Ruel, Capt 
N. Martin, Capt 

B. Marshall 
L. Lyons 

J. Lamborghini Capt 



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Vice President: Yizzie Foster 
Secretary: Jenny Prince 
Treasurer: Tom Genereau 



L. Macomber 
B. Garside 
J. Freeman 
M. Langone 
D. Ertman 
T. Smith 
J. Ford 

B. Donahue 

C. Quigley 
C. Richards 

A. Arena 

B. Sheriden 
T. Bardsley 
S. Stanley 
S. McChord 
A. Condon 
S. Fraser 

A. McKenna 
M. Packard 
P. Fredette 
L. Stein 

G. Elliot 

B. Darrach 
S. Schiffman 
N. Jalbert 
K. Alger 

B. Fitzsimmons 
S. Gelsthorpe 
L. Letson 

M. Rodman 
M. O'Neal 

C. Lloyd 

L. Valentino 

C. Casey 
B. Palmer 
M. Coughlin 
J. Reardon 
J. Letson 

S. Gellatly 
H. Smith 

D. Cross 
A. Kost 

D. Johnson 
L. Gorfinkle 
N. Price 
J. Hulbert 
S. LeBeau 
G. Langone 
L. Langone 
K. Lincicome 
K. Vigreau 
K. Troullous 
L. Kaloyamedes 



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Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Barbuto 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gelsthorpe 




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MERRIMAN-LITTON INDUSTRIES 
100 Industrial Park Rd. 
Hingham 749-5100 



Thank You 



NANTASKET LOBSTER POUND, INC. 
George Washington Blvd. 
Nantasket, Mass. 




LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY 
11 Fearing Road, Hingham 
749-5500 



Thank You 



AUTO ENGINEERING SOUTH, INC. 
Mercedes-Benz and Datsun 
Sales— Service— Parts 



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HINGHAM GRAIN & SPICE CO. Thank You BEST WISHES 

Natural and Organic Food Chase Associates/Realtors 



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CONGRADULATIONS 
Hearex Corporation 



CONGRADULATIONS SENIOR CLASS 
Neil Buchwalter 




GIRLS TENNIS: 

Pyne, E., capt. 
Leary, C. 
Macomber, L. 
Hemberg, G. 
Aitken, K. 




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Lamb, K. 
Phelps, A. 
Lane, L. 
Loman, N. 
Hibbert, A. 



Eldridge, L. 
Powers, L. 
Reed, L. 
Re is, B. 




ROBERT F. EMENS &C0., INC. 
183 Whiting St. 
Hingham, Ma. 



Thank You 



AL CLAY REAL ESTATE 
288 Main St. 
Hingham, Ma. 



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THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 

85 South Street 

A Bright & Colorful Future 



Thank You 



SOUTHGATE, INC. 

69 Water St. 

Lawn, Garden, & Pool Equip 




RUSSELECTRIC INC. 
South Shore Industrial Park 
Hingham, Ma. 02043 



Thank You 



SAFETY FUMIGANT COMPANY 
"Exterminators Extraordinary" 
1925-1975 "Our Fiftieth Year" 



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PAYNE'S COLOR MART 
Queen Anne's Comer 



THE LADY FAIR 
coiffeurs 



MUSICSMITH 
Hanover Mall 



BEST WISHES 
Nottingham Men's 




BOY'S TENNIS: 

Proud y, B. 
Ryan, M. 
Curry, D. 



McLaughlin, P 
Leary, M. 
Adams, J. 





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INTERNATIONAL ADMINSTRATIVE SERVICES, INC 
160 Old Derby St. Hingham 



HINGHAM SQUARE BOOKSHOP HINGHAM WATER CO. HINGHAM INTERIORS 197 WHITING ST 
9 Main St. Hingham Since 1880 Carpets, Furniture, Bedding 749-5244 





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Mr. and Mrs. Spirito 

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BEST WISHES 

The South Shore Woman's Exchange 

THE TALBOTS 
164 North St. 




Larry MacQuarrie CAPT 

Craig Smith CAPT. 

Steve Sullivan CAPT. 

David Fiedtleberg 

Ted Patch 

John Orchid 

Roy Koch 

Kirk IMeprude 

Peter Gordon 

Steve Jackson 

Bruce Fitzsimmons 



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ABBADESSA'S RESTAURANT 
PIZZA-ITALIAN FOOD 

ARMANDS SEA FOOD 
348 Lincoln St. 



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ACCORD PACKAGE STORE 
Queen Ann's Corner 
Hingham 

ANDERSON-COFFEY COMPANY 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Hingham Institution for Savings 



Good Luck, Seniors 
PARAGON PARK 



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M. Griggin 
M. Gray 
l\l. Kelleher 
M. Jenkins 

B. Carr 
A. Whitman 

A. Gilbert 

C. Gushue 

C. Keenan 
K. French 

D. Ruel, Capt. 
I\l. Martin, Capt. 

B. Marshall 
L. Lyons 
J. Lamborghini, Capt. 



THANK -YOU 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly 



Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lamborghini 



Kay and Kick Rowles 



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PAGE'S HARBOURSIDE RESTAURANT PLYMOUTH QUARRIES INC. 

Hingham Harbour 410 Whiting St. 

749-9832 Hingham, Ma. 



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NICHOLS DONUT SHOPPE INC. 
77 Main St. 
Donuts--Breakfast— Lunch 



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NOBLES 
CAMERA 
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Little Plain Hardware 

THE E.F. HAUSERMAN CO. 
15 Industrial Park Rd., Hing. 



THE HEIDI SHOP 

57 South Street, Hing. 

DIP AND SIP DONUTS OF HINGHAM 
749-9814 








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Linscott, C, co-capt. 
Adams, b., co-capt. 
McHugh, S. 
DeMontigny, J. 
Billard, D. 
MclMulty, B. 
Gillespie, M. 
Leighton, B. 
Smith, S. 






HINGHAM BUSINESS MACHINE CO. Thank You BOUVE YACHT SERVICES 
84 North St. Hingham, Ma. 749-1801 Storage Supplies Salvage 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1976 
from the John Barker Basketball League 



SAM BARECES HAIR STUDIO 
Appointments Tues.-Sat. 



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32 Whiting St. (Rt. 53) 
Hingham, Ma. 749-2900 



85 Research Road 
Hingham Mass. 02043 





SOFTBALL TEAM: 




Kehoe, C. 


Angeramo, P. 


Rudenhaure, L. 


Gordon, C. 


Mclnnis, R. 


McQuarrie, S. 


Stevenson, D. 


Osborne, C. 


Bellew, C. 


James, D. 


Morse, G. 


Higgins, R. 


Thompson, S. 


Pare, A. 


Gleasen, A. 


Pierce, J. 


Bower, C. 


Smith, L. 


Higgins, K. 


Orcutt, B. 


Kelley, B. 




TREASURE SHOPPE GALLERY 
738 Main St. Hingham, Ma. 
Paintings, Prints, Restoration 



Thank You 



WALSH and PACKARD INC 
31 Main Street 
Hingham, Ma 



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Mr. and Mrs. William Shesky 



THANK-YOU 



Wayne and Elaine Dennis 
Wilfred and Ruth Garside 




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C. Bacon 
J. Baumgartner 
C. Caton 
M. Doherty 
T. Doherty 
B. Donahue 
Y. Foster 
B. Garside 
S. Hulbert 
A. Isleb 
K. Jantzen 
K. Lincicome 
L. Macomber 

A. Mahony 
S. McChord 
L. McCusher 

B. Skinner 
L. Valentino 
K. Vigneau 
P. Peri cola 
L. Langone 
S. Sullivan 
J. Prince 

L. Gorfinkle 
T. Smith 

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E. Beneducci 



THANK-YOU 



Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Perlman and Family 
Donald C. Brayshaw and Carol K. Dunn 



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S. Mount 

B. Leighton 

C. Burns 

J. Chipman 
G. Martin 
H. Lundgren 
P. Reidy 

A. Mahony 

B. Swarthoute 
S. Doonan 

C. Mooney 

D. Ruel 
P. Gordon 

L. MacQuarrie 
B. Healey 
L. Smith 
L. Davis 
D. Caton 




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COMPUTER CLUB: 

President: Jim Wheaton 
Vice President: Dave Clabault 
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Librarian: Joe Sterling 

G. Johanson 
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M. Barreto 
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J. Henshaw 
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M. Rios 




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FREDERICK M. SHAW, INC. 
427 Lincoln St. Hingham 



Good Luck, Seniors 
COHASSET WINTER GARDEN 
Home of the H . H . S . Hockey Team 





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President: Robert Godfrey 

D. Curry 
D. Feitelburg 
G. Melikan 
M. Currier 
S. Gallagher 
S. Hurley 




Editor: Mary-Kate Gorham 
Editor: Sharon Mount 
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J. Adams 

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K. Class 
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S. Wassel 
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L. Dowd 
J. Wheaton 
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J. Ribaudo 
P. Peri col a 
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Science 





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English 




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Phys. Ed. 



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